Long Live the King

Don't get all shook up, and don't be cruel, but can we please have a little less conversation about the deep cultural significance of Elvis Presley? Well, no, we can't, because, for one thing, A Little Less Conversation, a minor Elvis song from 1968, which was on the soundtrack for the even more minor film Live a Little, Love a Little, has been grinding and swiveling at the top of the charts in a remixed version for the past several weeks. You thought only a small cult of Presley fanatics believed that Elvis, who died in 1977 of a heart attack...

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